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What is the occupation of the Paleolithic age?
In sequential order: Inventing tools, inventing fire, discovering religion, inventing agriculture.
In Paleolithic times, people were mainly nomads, so they followed their food around. For example, if the buffalo herd moved West, the Paleolithic people did too. In Neolithic …times the people started to build civilizations and stay in one place because they had found a good water source for everyday needs. The water source was the Nile River. It helped Neolithic people bathe, drink etc..
The stone age.
The Old Stone Age
The paleolithic age is also called the old stone age.
Humans in the Paleolithic Age were nomadic because they had not yet developed farming or domesticated any food animals. Hunter gatherers use up the local resources and have to… move on or starve.
The Paleolithic Age is called the Old Stone Age or Early Stone Age.
In paleolithic,nomads were always on the move to search for food.In neolithic ages,people stared farming,building communities,pruducing good,and trading
Survival. Paleolothic people spent all their waking time looking for food, hunting for food, or storing food.
Old Stone Age
Simple tools, fire,art,bipedalism and language that's all I know
what happened is this: people finally found a place to live and began to start a community hope it helps
In Middle Ages
The Paleolithic age is old stone age about millions years ago. The Paleolithic Age is also known as the Stone Age.
In Stone Age
they both used stone tools
The Paleolithic age is generally assumed to have started 2.5 million years ago when early man first started to use stone tools, and to have lasted until about 10,000 years ago….
Paleolithis period ended about 25,000 years ago. Neolithis period ended about 3,500 years ago,
The Paleolithic Age, sometimes called the Stone Age, is marked by man's first use of stone tools. The lower level of that period began between 2.500,000 and 200,000 years …ago. During archeological digs, some of the stone tools were found with remains, believed to be some of the first humans.